Tasmanian Tourism Showcase

2nd – 3rd August 2024

Princes Wharf 1 – nipaluna / Hobart

2024 Tasmanian Tourism Showcase

Discover the best of Tasmania at the 2024 Tasmanian Tourism Showcase

Friday 2nd August 2024

Visitor Economy Stakeholder Showcase & Student Futures Expo (open to industry only)

1.00pm – 7.00pm – Register to AttendApply to Exhibit

Saturday 3rd August 2024

Tasmanian Tourism Showcase (open to the general public)

10.00am – 4.30pm – Register to AttendApply to Exhibit

Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs
Aquila Eco Retreat- Richmond Tasmania
Callington Mill Distillery
MONA – Museum of Old and New Art

About the Tasmanian Tourism Showcase

Discover the best of Tasmania at the 2024 Tasmanian Tourism Showcase, held at Princes Wharf 1 in nipaluna/Hobart on August 2nd and 3rd. This event celebrates Tasmania’s rich tourism offerings, from iconic landmarks to hidden gems, encouraging visitors to explore and reconnect.

On August 2nd, the Visitor Economy Stakeholder Showcase & Student Futures Expo caters to industry professionals. On August 3rd, the event opens to the public, featuring over 100 tourism operators. Attendees will experience the diverse attractions and experiences that make Tasmania a unique destination.

Whether you’re a local or a tourist, the Showcase provides an invaluable opportunity to engage with the community, discover new destinations, and support local tourism businesses. Exhibitors benefit from unparalleled exposure to both industry stakeholders and the general public, fostering connections and driving growth.

Join us in celebrating the essence of Tasmania’s tourism. Register now to attend or apply to exhibit and be part of this extraordinary event.

Tasmanian Tourism Showcase
Port Arthur Historic Site
Iron Pot Cruises – Pennicott Wilderness Journeys
Tasmanian Oyster Company
Kuuma – Nature Sauna

The 2024 Tasmanian Tourism Showcase will feature over 100 Tourism operators from across the state. 

This year’s Tourism Showcase will expand to a state-wide focus and include a consumer-focused day. It will bring together Tasmanian tourism operators and the community to showcase the variety of products and the regions in which they operate.

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